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Phillips steps down as senior manager

With just over a week until the Mayo senior hurling team start their 2015 campaign in the Connacht Hurling League away to Leitrim on Saturday January 3 they are looking for a new manager after Christy Phillips resigned last week.

Why not join Men on the Move this autumn

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Are you aged 30 and over, male and not very physically active? Do you want to feel fitter, have fun, have more energy, and meet new people? If you do why not get involved in the Men on the Move at the nearest location to you in Mayo.

The 17th Lancers in Earl’s Island

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When World War I finished and the National Shell Factory on Earl’s Island closed down, the buildings were taken over by the 6th Dragoon Guards who had a reputation for wanton brutality. This was unusual in that most well armed British army units, with few having a role in the intelligence conflict, were rarely attacked during the War of Independence in the west of Ireland. While individual RIC men became defined as ‘good’ or ‘bad’, it was army regiments, rather than individual soldiers, that became so defined.

Government urged not to pare back on support to forestry

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Forestry has proven itself to be one of the best investments farmers can make but the Government must not be tempted to pare back on its support to the sector in the forthcoming Budget, an industry expert has warned.

Bonanza for Mayo forestry owners

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Those who invested in forestry in Mayo 15 to 20 years ago could be in the position to reap up to €10,000 per acre according to SWS Forestry. With almost 11 per cent of land in Mayo afforested, those who invested in forestry back then could be in line to cash in. Michael Moran, area manager for Mayo for SWS Forestry, speaking following the company’s annual strategy meeting in Carrick-on-Shannon, Co Leitrim, last week said the early planted part of the national estate is now in the timber production phase and returning attractive dividends to these pioneers.

Galway to be watched by two million Indians

Galway will be seen by more than two million people across India later this year in an episode of popular food and travel show Will Travel for Food.

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Galway to be watched by two million Indians

Galway will be seen by more than two million people across India later this year in an episode of popular food and travel show Will Travel for Food.

Galway Oyster Festival launches Gathering event in the Big Apple

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This year, as part of The Gathering Ireland 2013, the Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival is going tribal. Recognised as the most famous Oyster Festival in the world, it is reaching out, across the globe, to descendants of the 14 Tribes of Galway and encouraging them to come home to celebrate their ancestry at the 59th Galway International Oyster & Seafood Festival, September 27-29. The new Tribal Oyster Feast Off, as part of 'The Gathering Ireland 2013', will take place in Galway on Sunday September 29 2013.

Latest batch of monthly awards announced

The Mayo League this week have revealed the winners of their various monthly awards for August and September this week. The club of the month award for August went to Urlar United with the September award going to Partry Athletics. The manager of the month awards went to Michael Moran (Castlebar Celtic B) for August, and Michael Carroll (Urlar United) for September.

 

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